I have had my eyes on the Anna Scholz print peplum dress for a while. It is part of the of the Anna Scholz for simply be line. I adore peplum dresses as they tend to emphasize my shape and curves in a great way. Also the reviews of this dress I had seen before were really promising. So after I had seen Georgina at “Fuller Figure Fuller Bust, Cass at “Plump Parsnip” and Rosie at “A Pocket Full Of Rosie” rock this dress I was wondering how this great piece would look on me.
The print is absolutely stunning. Although my other half keeps referring to it as “the dress with the interference pattern”. And to be fair, he has a point. The print resembles an impressionistic picture of water lilies or to go with his interpretation an image of them, on a monitor with strong interference. Anyway, a great pattern.
The dress is not only well designed but also well made, I do love quality. Although the feel of the dress, is something that took me a bit to get used to. It is quite thick, smooth and shiny which does make it a bit slippery and for me causes the belt to rock up quite a bit.
I am very happy with the overall length of the dress, but I would like the top of the dress to be a bit longer and the peplum to begin a little lower, but this is not spoiling it for me. Especially as one big pluses for this dress are the sleeves. I will never understand why there are so few dresses with sleeves out there. This means that this is one of the few that I will happily wear without a cardigan.
All in all I am in love, especially when combined with the shimmery high heels that I recently bought in the sale at Deichmann. I still cant believe I got these shoes for only 5 pounds.
Currently (at the time of this post) the dress is still available in most sizes and is also strongly reduced. So if you, like me had your eyes on this for a while, now is the time…